Never heard a good word about them. Get a pneumatic. You can always use a
little compressor around the house to fill a tire or beachball. You won't be
Unless you are planning to nail anything other than a few very thin boards
together, please save yourself any anguish and bite the bullet and buy an
air operated brad nailer even if it is a H.F. unit along with one of their
low cost compressors. I recently had the top of the line Sears electric
nailer and sold it on E-Bay. The problem was that it didn't have a decent
depth adjustment and you could barely get the brads recessed into the wood,
even worst on hardwoods.
Don't. In a moment of temporary insanity I bought the Rapesco (similar
specs to the Arrow) and it's a dog. Always leaves the brads 1/4" proud and
they have to be finished with a hammer. Despite the fact that it doesn't
get the brad anything like flush, it still manages to leave huge marring
marks on the surface.
It's probably the worst tool I ever bought.
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